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    2013

    • Florian Bartols. Cluster Simulation of Real-time Ethernet based Electronic Control Units in Context of Automotive Applications: Calculation of Suitable Hardware Setups. May. 2013,
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      The increasing complexity of automotive networks and their high bandwidth requirements will demand new concepts in networking of electronic automotive components. TTEthernet is a suitable candidate to solve this problem. In order to allow testing of control units in an early point in the development process, cluster simulation has been established as an adequate manner and therefore in this project it is developed for Real-time Ethernet using the example of TTEthernet. In this work, hardware and topology setup approaches for a Real-time Ethernet based cluster simulation are explained. Furthermore, a formal model basing on set theory is presented, that allows for calculating suitable topologies in dependency of selected devices under test.

      @TechReport{      b-csf4t-13,
        author        = {Florian Bartols},
        title         = {{Cluster Simulation of Real-time Ethernet based Electronic
                        Control Units in Context of Automotive Applications:
                        Calculation of Suitable Hardware Setups}},
        month         = may,
        year          = 2013,
        institution   = {CoRE Research Group, Hochschule f{\"u}r Angewandte
                        Wissenschaften Hamburg},
        abstract      = {The increasing complexity of automotive networks and their
                        high bandwidth requirements will demand new concepts in
                        networking of electronic automotive components. TTEthernet
                        is a suitable candidate to solve this problem. In order to
                        allow testing of control units in an early point in the
                        development process, cluster simulation has been
                        established as an adequate manner and therefore in this
                        project it is developed for Real-time Ethernet using the
                        example of TTEthernet. In this work, hardware and topology
                        setup approaches for a Real-time Ethernet based cluster
                        simulation are explained. Furthermore, a formal model
                        basing on set theory is presented, that allows for
                        calculating suitable topologies in dependency of selected
                        devices under test.},
        langid        = {english}
      }